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Thia is my Geocaching adventure on January 11, 2006
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Most pet owners talk to their animals at one time or another, and some do every day. But how much do our pets actually understand? Is their perception anything like ours? These are the questions that fascinate Irene Pepperberg and she's looking for answers from the animals themselves, specifically -- African Grey Parrots. The Harvard psychology professor is a bit like the character Dr. Doolittle because she's been talking to parrots for decades. With help from the National Science Foundation,...
Topics: NSF, National Science Foundation, talk to the animals, pets, Irene Pepperberg, African Grey Parrot,...
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Dennis Hong is living his dreams ... literally ... in a lab filled with wacky robots "When I was seven years old, I watched the film 'Star Wars' for the very first time. It just completely blew my mind. All the robots and spaceships," recalls Dennis Hong. You never know where you will find inspiration! For Hong, a mechanical engineer, it was there, on the silver screen. For more Science Nation, go to http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/science_nation/index.jsp
Topics: National Science Foundation, Science Nation, NSF, star wars, robots, virginia tech, robotics,...
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by Castle Films
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Complete presentation of the banana industry from the clearing of the jungle and the planting to the shipment of the fruit to the American markets.
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Topics: Agriculture: Bananas, Central America
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Topic: niagara, falls, niagra, sony, hdr-hc1, hd, high, definition
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orange butterfly on flower
Topics: orange, butterfly, flower
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by Tom Terrific
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Monarch butterfly nectaring on Butterfly Bush - Buddleia
Topic: Monarch butterfly nectaring on Butterfly Bush - Buddleia
NASA Images
by NASA LaRC Office of Education
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NASA Why? Files segment explaining lightning and how it works.
Topics: NASA Why? Files, Lightning, Negative Charges, Positive Charges, Attract, Repel, Thunderstorm,...
Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6428&start=80&subject=Science
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by NASA; Langley Research Center
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What makes popcorn pop?
Topics: NASA, KSNN, Heat Energy, Expand, Water, Steam
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http://www.triponadeal.comThis week we highlight the best new US theme park rides and attractions for 2009.  Plus, how is the Swine Flu scare affecting your plane and cruise travel?  And did you know there are some great Swine Flu travel deals out there?  Plus, bus stops you won't believe.Get all the links to our featured stories at triponadeal.com
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cats want to be cats
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CSX freight train at railroad crossing.
Topics: stock footage, train, dusk
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polygons
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polygons in architecture
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Johnson Space Center Video Collection
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A variety of camera views showcase the amazing journey into orbit, the space shuttle docked to the International Space Station and the voyage home.
Topics: NASA, Space Shuttle, STS
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This video is a segment of a Southern Pacific freight train as it passes through Santa Clara, California. The train was originated in the Pacific Northwest and was routed down the SP's Coast Line due to maintenance work on the Tehachapi Pass line that the train would normally take. In rail lingo, this was a JRLAPK (James River to Los Angeles Paper "Key") train. A Key train is one that has a cargo of hazardous materials included in the consist.
Topics: railroad, Southern Pacific, coast line
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These creatures of the night could be the models for future aircraft! "If you just watch them in the sky, they can fly like nothing else. A bat can make a 180 degree turn at full tilt in three wing beats and go back the other way ... it's a pretty amazing creature." ~ Kenny Breuer, Brown University For this and more Science Nation, please go to http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/science_nation/index.jsp
Topics: National Science Foundation, NSF, science nation, bats, brown university, bat wings, bat flight,...
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by Steve Noettl
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helicopter hovering circa 2009 filmed using a new Zi6 Kodak video camera.
Topics: helicopter, hovering
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by Carmen-Nyala
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100708 NGM Wildcam Africa. At Pete's Pond, in Mashatu Game Reserve, Botswana, Africa.
Topics: Giraffe, Mammals, Wildlife, Botswana, Africa, Mashatu Game Reserve, NGM Wildcam Africa
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This is a video titled 'Kangaroos'.
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by Frank Capra Productions
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From the description in Rick Prelinger's Field Guide to Sponsored Films: Popular scientific film directed by Frank Capra that launched the Bell System Science series. Combining animation and live action, Our Mr. Sun uses a scientist-writer team to present information about the sun and its importance to humankind. NOTE: Produced in Technicolor, the film was originally telecast in 1956 and 1957 to 9 million homes; some 600 16mm prints were distributed to schools and community organizations...
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Topics: sun, bell science series, science, animation
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by Nancy - Indiana
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Movie of giraffes at Pete's Pond. Video clips by George-Michigan, Debbie-Indiana & Marian-SoCalif, set to African music, edited by Nancy-Indiana.
Topics: Wildlife, Pete's Pond, giraffes
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Farmers, pharmacists and energy experts! Leaf-cutter ants put on quite a show. In established colonies, millions of "workers" cut and carry sections of leaves larger than their own bodies as part of a well choreographed, highly functioning society. For more Science Nation visit http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/science_nation/index.jsp
Topics: NSF, national science foundation, science nation, sciencenation, biology, ecology, ants, insects,...
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by Chris Okerberg
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The new recycling center in Oskaloosa, IA.
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Greg Carbin knows a lot about severe weather. He's a meteorologist at the storm prediction center, located just south of Oklahoma City in Norman, Okla. In a quiet room on the second floor of the National Weather Service building, meteorologists are standing guard twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, keeping an eye on weather systems that could unleash violent storms and tornadoes. The meteorologists issue storm watches as needed.
Topics: Oklahoma City, Norman, Oklahoma, National Weather Service, Greg Carbin, storm, watch, meteorologists
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Slithering snakes teach scientists about movement and design. Snakes and math. Much of the population is afraid of one, or both. But David Hu, mathematician and mechanical engineer, combines those two sometimes scary things to unlock the secrets of how animals move. "There's a lot of interest in animal locomotion these days, and what we can learn from the way animals walk, swim and fly," said Hu.
Topics: Science Nation, ScienceNation, NSF, Snakes, snakes and math, snake locomotion, math, David Hu,...
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An electric eel can generate enough current to stun its prey, just like a Taser. Weakly electric fish can also generate electricity but not enough to do any harm. "Weakly electric fish are unique in that they produce and detect electric fields. They use these electric fields in social communication and to detect objects," explains Johns Hopkins University neuroethologist Eric Fortune. Fortune has traveled to Ecuador to study weakly electric knifefish in their native habitat, even...
Topics: National Science Foundation, NSF, science nation, research on fish, research on animals, electric...
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Next time you see a dragonfly, try to watch it catch its next meal on the go. Good luck! "Unless we film it in high speed, we can't see whether it caught the prey, but when it gets back to its perch, if we see it chewing, we know that it was successful," says Stacey Combes a biomechanist at Harvard University. With support from the National Science Foundation, she and her team are using high speed cameras to help them study how dragonflies pull off complicated aerial feats that...
Topics: National Science Foundation, NSF, Miles O'Brien, dragonfly, dragonflies, insects, science, flying,...
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Capturing the power of ocean waves could become an important part of the world's renewable energy portfolio. But capturing that clean energy is not just the vision of 21st century scientists. "There are patents going back to 1799," says Annette von Jouanne, professor of electrical engineering and computer science at Oregon State University, and a world leader in wave energy research. Interest and support of this technology has not been consistent. There was enthusiasm after the 1970s...
Topics: National Science Foundation, wave power, energy, alternative, Annette von Jouanne, Oregon State...
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Astronomers use infrared "eyes" to shed light on these enigmatic cosmic structures A new infrared image has captured the center of our galaxy in never-before-seen detail--showing stars and gas swirling into the super massive black hole that lurks at the heart of our own Milky Way. For this and more Science Nation, go to http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/science_nation/index.jsp
Topics: National Science Foundation, NSF, Science Nation, black holes, astronomy, Gemini South Telescope,...
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Cutting edge research without having to cut up anything! For hundreds of years, scientists who wanted to examine a rare fossil might have had to travel halfway around the world. And that is not the only challenge when viewing a small, unique or priceless specimen. Now a new range of tools provides a chance for researchers anywhere in the world to see a one-of-a-kind specimen, with no fear of damaging it. For more Science Nation visit:...
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Topics: NSF, National Science Foundation, science nation, fossils, digimorph, paleontology, Digital...
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Sunspots have fascinated mankind right from their first detection. Their mere existence challenged science and philosophy when it was recognized that the sun, once believed to be pure and unchanging, was indeed not. Now, state-of-the art telescopes, combined with the muscle of a supercomputer called "Bluefire," are allowing scientists to come to a physics understanding of sunspots and to accurately model their structure and dynamics.
Topics: NSF, Science Nation, sunspots, sun, spots, NCAR, bluefire, aurora borialis, aurora
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Who are the biggest super stars in the universe? For Adam Burrows, an astrophysics professor at Princeton University, it's not who, but "what," and they are far from Hollywood, or even earth, for that matter. Burrows would tell you biggest super stars are the stars that die in a massive explosion called a "supernova." With support from the National Science Foundation, Burrows investigates supernovae and he has recently created 3D computer simulations showing the actual...
Topics: NSF, National Science Foundation, astronomy, planets, Adam Burrows, astrophysics, Princeton...
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New material absorbs seven to eight times the energy absorbed by similar foams. Mechanical and aerospace engineering professor Afsaneh Rabiei set out to make a material as light as aluminum and stronger than stainless steel. Her goal was to create something that could be used in products that would save lives, save energy and eventually save money, all at the same time. For more information, go to http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/science_nation/index.jsp
Topics: National Science Foundation, NSF, Science Nation, metal foam, auto safety, Afsaneh Rabiei, NC...
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Ingenuity sprouting from the rooftops The rooftops of Manhattan are as varied as the city itself. A glance at the city skyline reveals a myriad of shapes and colors. Look a little closer and the shapes reveal themselves to be the things we often see rooted on Manhattan buildings, such as water towers, ventilation systems and communications equipment. But, on a few rooftops, something else is taking root--literally. For this and more Science Nation, go to...
Topics: National Science Foundation, NSF, science nation, green roofs, green roof, green construction,...
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Primates and humans share a sense of fair play Logan knows when he's been handed a raw deal. He and Liam, the monkey next to him, just did the exact same trick and Liam was rewarded with a grape. Logan got a cucumber. Any monkey knows grapes are more prized than that boring old cucumber slice Logan received. So he simply tosses that cucumber slice out of his cage. For more Science Nation, go to http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/science_nation/index.jsp
Topics: National Science Foundation, NSF, Science Nation, monkeys, cooperation, cooperation research,...
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"Turtle Positioning System" helps reptiles on fantastic voyage "There's no off-the-shelf Speedo turtle bathing suit that we know about," laughed biologist Ken Lohmann, as he attached a soft cloth harness, or bathing suit, to a three-month-old loggerhead turtle. For more information and more Science Nation, go to http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/science_nation/index.jsp
Topics: National Science Foundation, NSF, Science Nation, ScienceNation, sea turtles, marine biology,...
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Using wind tunnels, lasers and high-speed cameras, University of Montana researcher Ken Dial studies ground birds for clues about the origins and mechanics of flight. For more Science Nation, visit: http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/science_nation/index.jsp
Topics: NSF, National Science Foundation, Science Nation, birds, flight, flying, mechanics, origin,...
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An avatar is a virtual representation of ourselves in the digital world, but it can also affect our real-world self. Watch how in this episode of Science Nation. For more Science Nation visit: http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/science_nation/index.jsp
Topics: NSF, national science foundation, science, technology, computer, computers, online, avatar,...
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The Hawaiian bobtail squid is a master of camouflage, even using luminous bacteria as part of its nighttime disguise. For more cool squid science, visit the Glowing Squid page on Science Nation: http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/science_nation/glowingsquid.jsp For more Science Nation episodes, visit: http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/science_nation/
Topics: NSF, National Science Foundation, science nation, sciencenation, biology, animals, squid,...
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NASA Why? Files segment explaining how bats use high-frequency sound to navigate.
Topics: Chris Lewis, Sound, Bat
Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6163&start=60&subject=Science
There's a most unusual gym in ecologist Sonia Altizer's lab at the University of Georgia in Athens. The athletes are monarch butterflies, and their workouts are carefully monitored to determine how parasites impact their flight performance. With support from the National Science Foundation (NSF), Altizer and her team study how animal behavior, including long distance migration, affects the spread and evolution of infectious disease. In monarchs, the researchers study a protozoan parasite called...
Topics: National Science Foundation, NSF, science nation, research on butterflies, research on bats,...
Prelinger Archives
by Middlecham (Ken) Productions
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18:04:58:28 CU Underside of black widow spider on web over title credits; VS CU black widow spider on web; CU red hourglass mark on black widow spider. Microscopic CU comb-foot of spider. Black widow sitting on piece of wood poked by stick. VS black widow hiding places; hand pulls back blanket lying outside, black widow hiding beside piece of wood; CU black widow on wall beside outdoor faucet. 18:06:37:01 VS CU black widow spinning web around cockroach. CU black widow fangs. Pan over black...
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NASA Images
by NASA LaRC Office of Education
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NASA Why? Files segment describing how NASA scientists track smells around the globe.
Topics: Dr. Jack Fishman, Amospheric Sciences Research Program, Molecule
Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6235&start=40&subject=Science
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NASA Why? Files segment describing volcanic activity and the Ring of Fire.
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Topics: David Pieri, ER-2, Ozone, Volcano, Plate, Hot Spot, Ring Of Fire, Cinder Cone, Pyroclastic
Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6206&start=80&subject=Science
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First segment of NASA Sci Files The Case of the Technical Knockout in which the tree house detectives have problems with their GPS device and decide to find out why it failed.
Topics: NASA SciFiles, Geocaching, Cache, Compass, Coordinates, Navigation, The Case of the Technical...
Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6516&start=0&subject=Technology
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NASA Why? Files segment exploring planet Mars, or the red planet, and explaining the environment and atmosphere of Mars.
Topics: NASA Why? Files, The Red Planet, Robotic Airplane, Winds, Iron, Lowlands, Highlands, Volcanoe,...
Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6394&start=20&subject=Exploration-Systems
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NASA Why? Files segment explaining the characteristics of the Martian atmosphere.
Topics: NASA Why? Files, Oxygen, Environment, Boiling Point, Vacuum Pump, Martian Atmosphere, Boil,...
Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6386&start=0&subject=Exploration-Systems
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NASA Why? Files video containing the following fifteen segments. NASA Why? Files segment explaining how astronauts adapt to a new environment like space. NASA Why? Files segment explaining how astronauts train to work and live in space where there is zero gravity. NASA Why? Files segment explaining the concept of equlibrium and how the Treehouse Detectives could maintain equlibrium in a Martian environment. NASA Why? Files segment explaining the concept of the food web as well as the terms...
Topics: NASA Why? Files, NASA Why? Files, Adaptation, Astronauts, Space, Altitude Sickness, Oxygen,...
Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6379&start=0&subject=Exploration-Systems
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by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service
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Delinquent raindrop explains the need for good watershed management.
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Topics: Nature: Environment, Animation: Advertising, Water
NASA Images
by NASA LaRC Office of Education
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NASA Why? Files segment explaining how scientists are studying how to grow plants in space.
Topics: NASA Why? Files, Plants, Astronauts, Mars, Photosynthesis, Carbon Dioxide, Oxygen, Water, Earth,...
Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6389&start=20&subject=Exploration-Systems
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NASA Kids Science News segment explaining how water works in space.
Topics: NASA Kids Science News, Water Cycle, Space, Water Supply, Recycle, Astronauts, Nature, Earth, Rain,...
Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6458&start=20&subject=Exploration-Systems
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by NASA; Langley Research Center
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NASA Kids Science News segment explaining how water works in space.
Topics: NASA, KSNN, Water Cycle, Space, Water Supply, Recycle, Astronauts, Nature, Earth, Rain, Evaporation
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This is Clip 6 from the Fortieth Archive release of our stock footage. This is a wide screen Video Clip of a Deer taped At Myakka River State Park in Florida. This clip is from my personal collection. I have tried to organize these clips with titles and countdowns so they are easier to use. COMMENT: I am releasing these Stock footage Clips for free so that editors who can't afford footage will have access. Please don't try to just sell this footage as stock footage. You must use the material in...
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Topics: Bridgewater Video, Wide Screen, Stock footage, Florida Location Stock Footage, Myakka Park Florida,...
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Topic: moose,cascade,canyon,grand,teton,national,park
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by National Archives and Records Administration
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National Archives and Records Administration - ARC Identifier 45017 / Local Identifier 255-HQ-194 - The Eagle Has Landed: The Flight of Apollo 11 - National Aeronautics and Space Administration. (10/01/1958 - ). This film tells the story of the historic first landing of men on the Moon in July, 1969. It depicts the principal highlight events of the mission from launching through post-recovery activities of Astronauts Neil Armstrong, Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin, and Michael Collins. Through...
Topics: archives.gov, public.resource.org
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Hummingbird comes to the feeder.
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Octopus in ocean
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time-lapse clouds with sounds of birds in the background
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Topics: time-lapse, clouds, outdoors
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A bird with many songs -- some original and some borrowed from other birds.
Topics: stock footage, wide screen, birds, bird song, mockingbird
NASA Images
by NASA LaRC Office of Education
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NASA Connect Segment explaining how birds navigate. Compares the aspects of GPS with natural migration of birds.
Topics: NASA Connect, Birds, Migration, Navigation, GPS
Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6130&start=0&subject=Technology
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by ERPI Classroom Films, Inc.
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Study of owls, vultures, hawks and eagles.
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Topics: Animals: Birds, Natural history, Ornithology
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by *Image Credit:* NASA [ http://www.nasa.gov/ ], NOAO, ESA [ http://spacetelescope.org/ ] and The Hubble Heritage [ http://heritage.stsci.edu ] Team (STScI [ http://www.stsci.edu/ ]/AURA [ http://www.aura-astronomy.org/ ]) *Acknowledgment:* K. Noll (Hubble Heritage [ http://heritage.stsci.edu ] PI/STScI [ http://www.stsci.edu/ ]), C. Luginbuhl (USNO), F. Hamilton (Hubble Heritage [ http://heritage.stsci.edu ]/STScI [ http://www.stsci.edu/ ])
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*Description*: Rising from a sea of dust and gas like a giant seahorse, the Horsehead nebula is one of the most photographed objects in the sky. NASA's Hubble Space Telescope took a close-up look at this heavenly icon, revealing the cloud's intricate structure. This detailed view of the horse's head is being released to celebrate the orbiting observatory's eleventh anniversary. Produced by the Hubble Heritage Project, this picture is a testament to the Horsehead's popularity. Internet voters...
Topics: Horsehead Nebula, What -- Hubble Space Telescope (HST), What -- Constellation, What -- Orion, Where...
Source: http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2001/12/image/a/
NASA Images
by NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
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APOLLO 11: Landing the Eagle - The Final Approach. The dramatic final 60 seconds before touchdown. From the film documentary "APOLLO 11:'The Eagle Has Landed'", part of a documentary series on the APOLLO missions made in the early '70's and narrated by Burgess Meredith. APOLLO 11: First manned lunar landing and return to Earth with Neil A. Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Edwin E. Aldrin. Landed in the Sea of Tranquilityon July 20, 1969; deployed TV camera and EASEP experiments,...
Topics: Who -- Neil A. Armstrong, Who -- Michael Collins, What -- Apollo 11, What -- Earth, What -- TV...
Source: http://nix.ksc.nasa.gov/info?id=LV-1998-00035&orgid=1
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by Art Carter
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The complete film can be found at: http://www.archive.org/details/volcanoes
Topics: stock footage, standard 4:3, historic, 1955, volcanoes, Kilauea, Puna District, Hawaii, eruption,...